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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               HE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. XXI. ATLANTA, GA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1890.--TEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TOMES AT THE POLLS. IF. ajjriCOAT POLITICIANS AT WORK. OP1KA, Km 1 ra Kansas t 1 wooed a id t members of th no Tbe M K 1 were m sixt> cities of the Inrl class for councilmcn s h t >1 boards lu nearly itKai lines were draw n f on purely local t u st attaching to tho of suffr hj w o- under tho 1 IWH of i heers and members i M VNHATT M i itt in two jears ago Cr'sp extending the tlmo for tlio construction of a bridge across Oconee river, Laureus Georgia THE fcORTIFlC BILL PA8SF8 Tho committee then rose, and the fortifica- tion appropriation bill was passed without division The amount appropriated is The zoological bill was 117, v appropriation hill WAS reported, and placed upon the calendar ON THfc NK.W TRACK. pad U il u W 1 of the i tv l! through m v hall Iho u -vnl since that all dop irt ri iiu-nt from tin jamtorsJnp of the n h i i another ticket in ttetieliUolu a" I arc that it eiected nt_r tin tute other tickets in tho fell hi 1 i.rd of all tbe election jBifhmery hiMiu judges IBd Lkrks All precincts 6, WO K Us WIN IN I.K >RTH V K UM r 1 mU the oltrtion cen- tcre 1 i i thx cai 1 lies of Mrs Curbing who i t r cou il 1 11 ri publican nomination candidates for the school ui hard in thno ward hiwng been nominated hy tlii- repul 1 mi ox- six hundred women irere np-> but IK u hill of them went to w tin. is flu lemix r-iU ran a straight male fcckf! dtid n iselti led -ftith the exroption of ti c 1 1 hd i e from the ward for council, TFJI w Itftatad by Charles re- ni t in All the omen candidates were de- i Th< on f tl e omen's Christian Tom perxttce UMH n k tlie grea-test interest in the uj 1  litiCJ.l excitement over thecand laL> at Mr-, n for ru-elcction asanicmuer the st houl board Tlie tra i n if noucn v, is fifty percent larger thin and S7 women were enrol led oi 11 I'll 1 ks Most of thtm voted in gu] v f Tj.rkxoii The issue made on i tic u of tho opposition to Mrs t rt lurt tht siliriesoE school teach tlie mtcrf it ol D onomy Mrs Jackson a p t rjii vi js tuts for good teachers i r At 0 o clock tonight indicate Mrs n 1 i ukn aboat women were regia 1> t eas than halt th'it number cast their T! ej hid no candidates in the field The I Irst Baces of the Spring Wee tine at Washington. WASHINGTON lapsed into a faun f< r about ten years, old Lcuimig's rau today with prospects fivoribh. foi Us p  that the new club decided to hold a spring mooting Everything M, is in uadiiiesa fur the con. foi t and convenience of th hi-st- w lieu tht 'irst d i> of the ma igviral n K j[ The ground is spH mlully situate I for a 1 ist lass and the uio-st ia made of its natural ad vintages Tho traek springy, and is thought to at least two sceouds faster than the old track at y City The weather was elear and too cold for tho comfort of tho sped itors 1 piuse five furlongs, Village Maid hist, Onwardsecond Beck tit Tjmol (X Second race, purse divided foi three year-olds uid upward soiling raeo MX fnr longs, fahotoxer hrst Manhattan second Cor thud lime 1 1 Third race, tor two-year-old colts half smite Captain Wagner fint, Ciiolanns sec >nd, Klston th rd Time 0 >2f fourth, race huidioap purso divided for thne jeir-olds and upward, one ai d one sixteenth mile, 1'rathcr hrst audergnft ond Bess third Tune Fifth race for three v. ear-olds and up ward one hundred ami Mty e pounds each one mile ov er five hurdles Jim Murphy lirst P tvsanio scctnd, Klph 11 third INO time taken___________ riXKSHAT) MAX. THE TEMPEST TOSSED Of THE 8TOR3 KKKTUCKY. THRILLING ESCAPES FROM DEATH. How a tad? Was Saved Her Devastation in Clay BOD'A for Aid. J i A ttr A Democrat Ele< as mayor of Milwaukee, Ufsr.niHfn AIILWAUKKK April 1 election in this citj todly excited unusual inteio-it, owinjx to the fact that the so-rilled Bennett law, I by tho wid requiring teaching of Eiiglit.li mill hchonls, ate and parochial as viell as public was made an issue Repub hcans defended the law while the democrats were pledged to its repeal, which was demand ed by Catholic bishops and the German Luth eran who hat bitterly denounced the law Tlie i o Is did not close until fa 30 but inlieatfo is from thus far are that George W Peck demo< ratic editor of Pecks faun, h is boen elected Mwvor Biown who w as renominated IJOUISVILLK, April 1 ruined districts show several buildings which withstood the gioitost of tho cyclone The "Fort building at the corner of Eighth and Mam, was in the very center of the Moun, but suffered little damage It is one of the most substantial buildings in the citv its walls of brick and stone being unusu- thick Its c jnncnig and roof were con- sidi r ibly damaged, and there is a big gap in tlu ton le wall, but H suffered hltlo enough to demonstrate tlie fact that the strongest building is safest in a great windstorm, and that it is possible to erect structures that will escape the most furious isitation ever known in thla countrj OVMl IN JEFFKHSONVILLK Out of about eighty houses destroyed by the tornado in Jeffersonvillo, owners of four hftus of the nuiubei are poor hose little homos were their only possessions All of the homeless ones hav e been given shelter by their more fortun ite ne but tho situation ov or there bee ir much underestimated, and it is a uiidt iko to that no assistance is needed m tho little cits across the river In tlieblrw kh between Market, Front and Mulberry and I ort nearly every home is ruined and nun s lost their furniture bince the ac tiilent Dm 1'lupps baa fed and given shelter to thirteen families J Ferguson, a grocer has provided f r vn equal number -V meeting tho Commercial club was held at the tv bill last night and speeches favor iskriij; fnr outride assistant t Here made Thus far subit nptums to the amount of only about h.iv e been scut in In Oilier farts, of Kentucky. LOUISMTI P Apnl 1 special from Glasr How Ivy News just rectncd from tho lower part of this and Alien counties, is tint the tornado of Thursday night did immense dimige in that section tor t< H miles bejtmd U irrtn m er and five miles on this side a U tal Liftetm miles tho blcnii swept everything bt fore it its truk exteiiduig in width from 500 jards in some plates to half a mile in others Itsoimstt hivo hugged the ground c' isely and did not loavo a house or tree stand Mifi in its eoui-jt so f vr as can be learned here now Andrew inn A h mso in county was leveled tho ground and Ins %vjfe killed Go< I arvei hou e v recked an 1 his killed a child of Ja oted 1 ot tion there v-asa very quiet one no issue beiug inv olv ed 1 he ladies h id j dniitt" in tbe f t Id Returns at this li v It ite the elciti >n of in equal number of uc-ats and rei ublicans A SMALL REGISTRATION T I registration of women throughout the st itt ;ii titles of tho nd and third clashes i mn'lj smaller than usual to tl k of interest caused by a Ia  ma e suffragists had nominate 1 a woman cii I late to the sthool btard from two w aids A red was run by the anti suf fn sts The were defeated uid ti i n 1 woman eleclcd by an overwhelm 11 i i] It itln tf rco u ew Hours In n ite. 1 experiment qf tl Ho clock of the senito not pr vu -tucccssful ifrer prajor by the chap Ian tl ero was a ca'l of senators, when oiilv tv. tv nine answered to their names eeti nd call resu le J in the attcn Hnt e of thirty six senators Then a motion mule hj Mr ekixll tl at tho sergeant-at arms bo re qn if i to request tho itteiidauce of Ifcbsciiteos Mr rhimh preferred to have a recess till E'Xjii v hen bv natural process, tl e senators w >uld be prosent r IHulcr e it as his opinion that if the pre pficp-ofMr K-lumiids (011 uhoie motion the 11 U tk SCSMOIIS were rdered) vveie secured business mi eh t be proceeded with He then mov ed to adjourn and while the being taken on that motion announced his pair with Mr Cuneron, but said that as he was con yineed Mr Cameron would aye, ho (Mr Buth r) would also -vote aye The result of the joa and nay vote showed the presence of forty three senators (a quorum) Then Mr lugvllb accounted for his non attendance at the hour of meeting by Baying that he (as well as all other members of the judiciary commit tee of which Mr Edmunds is chairman) had lieeii engaged on business of that committee That statement was supplemented by a re- ni irk from Mr Vest to the effect that tho luhciary committee met at 9 o'clock and had been at work till a moment These state- ments were treated by Mr Plumb as a reflee timi on other Who (unless they made exp auctions) might be presumed not to be at- tending to their business: and the public mind, lie sai 1 was very on that point Mr Ilutler thought he ought rather make an explanation as to why he was present He liad ected a good many important ntatteis h he would have likoa to attnnd to before co mug to the capitol He thought he ougLt to HP e for being wiesent at 11 o'clock The i at 12 motion of Mr Edmnnds, the se late proceeded, to executive business INSPFeiOR 4RP Postoftice Inspector Shfirphas returned from where he sent to mv ostigate the ellipses piefcrred against negro uppoint d postmaster at Amencii" Sharp re- P posts ti at the ehugesaro entirelj unfounded, 1 fiat tho only objection whith can b I against him Is that he is a colored man Senator Colquitt and Judge Cnsp v ill appear befoic the seiiue couimittee -fthen tl c matter couies i p and irj to have his nomiuatum un- tavoraolj toportcd but the chances are that tlien effoits will bo unsuccosaful COVKT by the republicans Tlieio alsj thirl ticket in the h< Id headed by TS b Murphj labor citizens e mdidate Many dom ocrats denounced tho position of their party on tho educational law but -voted for their party can lui ties on tho ground that tho law wa.s not an issue in municipal candidates Tho 1 u therau and C itliohc clergy were v ery actn o in supt orting the democratic candidates w h weit, I to the repeal of tho law tull returns will bo late The doun r its elect Peck as mayor an 1 then ticket bv live majority lection in thiciffo Cmc vr o April I I he Ieni f ill (the t-. in tl e throe rin t >w nslup f.ti MS he! 1 hi re tod iv 1 lie in ijor tits v arj nit, from to The out rtting s nth tow n 4 Hieeholders are all re, ul i cms ind tho north town the sum, with one oj ti 'n 1 lie west town oiheials w re den rats and that pirty continues in cm trol In the inncvcd ttiuzis tho rejmbht maintain tho loxd by a narrow margin sides t fur tow iislnp tickets, the r in didates f >r ildcrmamc honors contested at the polls, The politic xl complexion of the couiuil at 10 p m is practically nn changed by the diy's struggle the board re nianiing renublieau by about a majority uf three Complete returns shortly before midnight however show decided democratic g um among tho aldermen The new hoard will be democratic st thirtj four democrats to thntj one republicans with tw o independent Uenioi rata and 0110 in lojicndcnt republican rUMSRALOF ARHBJSHOP HEISS. UK feei v icos at tlio Cnthedialiii Af i L. Vpnl 1 Gibbon-- three atihbi'shops and twelv e bishops were diicctly parucii xuts in tho services over the reii ams f Vrchbishop Hciss, at St J< !m s c uln dril this morning, while fully one hun- dred and hfty pnosts formed a put of the mm euse vnultitudo that hlled the capic ous timple The services occupied about three nnj.it an hour and were highly imnrebtuve In xdtUt 011 to than piiostt, who paiticipatcd in t he st rv u t- there were in the pro- ctssif 11 C ndrnal Oibboiis, Arthbislu p Klder of Oiiu iniiiti Archbishop toeli vn of liicago Ireland, of fat Paul and Bishop Cc liar, of McGolhch of Duluth of Dubuqiie, of De troit J u of Belleville, Ills MarU of Siemv I alls nger of lort K chit r of Grand Rapids Mich of (rreeii liay KJasch, ot J aerosse Boniinn, of 1 incohi, Iseb and Koidilh, of St Cloud, Mum THE IAM Tlie Grand xud t ry tico number of .s blown down and hive rxrned awaj Joe Bush s house in Barren county waa jttst on tlu of the tornado and was im roofed whik Aloiizo s house, near bv w as i in] lett ly deiiiuhshed as was also AVilh tm Ldtton s Stvfnttiu in all are said to have been lost in Allt, i count) but their uanu s cannot be It aim d opt as above Dwellings h ims, ti il tr ind f uo m the extreme north THE BOTTOMS. So Bad as Reported nt Situ- ation at OKLEVNS, Apnl Times-Demo cnt Helena, Ark special saya Owing to tjie break of the levee at Austin, MISB f Helena his received some relief Ow mg to the pres- ent ram the river will not fall mm h here soon, as the rise irom Cairo wiH reach us before the effect the ram ceases Stock that has been ed from the flood is ing fearful times standing tho attacks of the buffalo gnats that swarm in myriads The report that the levees about Helena bad boen swept, away it untrue THE SJTU1TIIXV AT GKBBNVILI.K A Times-Democrat special from Greeuoville Miss says Ihe situation haa been very wet here -lor the past twenty four hours The heavy tnuifi of last night and all of today ha% o made things ery disagreeable, 111 addition to the encroachment of backwater in the north 01 n p >rwon of tho citj The water not spread much since last mg-ht In the center of town is a high which was formerly the bank of Kattlebnake bayou Tins ruiia east and for a distance when it takes a southeasterly course, until tbe bavni i] pe irs and makes a good drain for water in tin eastern part of town It J9 now flowing over the tracks of the New Orloan-a and Texas railroad, tht reby preventing the w iter from spreading very much in toiMi, tnd it ia doubtful win f her it will rise any more in the already inundated district, as at one place above town it is higher on the inside than the and the water ia running the into the river AT OFFLTl'3 BHFAK Tho condition of affairs at Miller s at Offvit s break, is that the water from Hunt- break has risen e the Hood be- low and is now p back into the m er thiough the Offut break, thereby relieving the waters at o ir back considerably The eastern bank is, however, letting out a great quantity of which is fast spreading over the eisttni portion of the county, and income p'act s it is quite deep Today the major appointed a committee to look after and ire for those may be 111 distress in the tnerfioned portions of the citj tho authorities feeling ahundantly able to pro Mile for any who inaj be in want The condi turn be-e la not bad xs it seems to be to the outM.de world Should the Hood pass off ui thirty iL a7 good erop can be which h is leSSi mo case m nearly all years of over vnstetn I lit i C nt uf thi kinn county and the soulhoin II V K STOPl FH TIIFjTRAINS MKvtpHrf TPIIII April I The Uft PONCE I.EON Going on at S ST ALOUSTINK Fla April 1 The town is with decorations and beauty today The oc< a.sion is the celebration of the landing of Ponco  0th, 1H8.94M 45f total interest boamig debt 7h total debt of all kuids, )45b7, debt loss available redits ft2J 137 072, tolU cosli m the treas- 71M5J, legal tender notes out- ReprcMJntatlveOstes Attention to tlie M ay Are ComJucteA. "WASHTNOTO-., Apnl 1 the house this morning the chaplain feelingly referred to the death of Representative David Wilbor, of New York and Invoked for his bereaved family dmno protection and comfort The huQBo today pwtaed of. J1 Tlie Tislit Over Stripling. senate disposed nf tie nonnrations of Judge Swajro and United States Attorney StnpUng, of the Eorthem district Df Florida after an executive session of five and a ball hours These caws were before the senate in five executive sessions, and contested as no other nominations have boen for years. They were finally confirmed by a stout vote ,omi nation of John B. BDCBU to bo for the same district is Bt'Jl blforo tho rountj by the roi cnt it hcrr U crU lionst-- tnd siuill bridals were n down, and Mrs Tom n is killed Mrs Edw xrds s lnisha.n 1 v, as drowuc 1 fr in a r ift of l< at bridge, on (rrrtnmer oulj a w ook or If n dijs At eight or ten h use a wore moro or less d and the wife of Tolm I irb to a men h int of th it pi ice was killed I outright 1 v i humify being and through tho roof n of film linker no re port e 1 d and eral other persons more or loss injured A I VIJY h N J-bCAFF Isoir rd, K% in tlie path ot the w n the oiubc Gid coin h( sem  ere injured hut Mrs (tidcoinho es( ipt d by a nnricle A In s( me cliiiniKj v-tts blonii over on the h( use eiMiig m tin, roof to it uui eirry iiV tht, uj itr tloor with it There in oid- f ishioned loom on tho upper floor, and it crushed, through with tho filling chimney ind completely inclosed Mrs Gidcoiuhe under it its missis e fr being stout enough to hold the roof ind filling chimney from grind her to death Fi eaks of the Late Tornado in Southern Illinois. ST LOLIS April 1 Information from part of the region of southern Ilh nois and Kentucky is to the effect that fifteen filming in Bay bottoms, near Golconda, IJ] WLTB n nd( red and most o( their members injured The storm literally swept growing wheat from the ground Ten dwell- ings were totally wrecked and all barns and other outhouses hundred ]iead of cattle were scattered and killed In Livingston county, Ky directly across the Ohio river from Golconda, Jacob Schwab had his farm house blown away, his barns and threshing machine wrecked, and was himself carried two hundred feet, dashed against a tree, mangled beyond recognition, and died instantly A WHOLE FAMTLV INJURED The house ol ilham Bell was torn to piecea, his furniture blown into the nver five miles awav, his barn demolished, stock killed, and of Ins family of five, every one had an arm or leg broken or was otherwise injured Eh Bohbett and family were at supper and, although his house was earned away and de- molished no one was hurt Some of the dishes on the supper t-ible were found on the other side of the Ohio m or At Henderson, Kj it is estimated (hit er persons were killed or fatsllv injured in that vicinity, and twiceas many more minded, but no names are given On Friday men over to Circle in spiffs, and transferred people from trees and roofs to gin houses, which are generally sub- stanti il buildings These houses are now packed with people, of people being in some of them Mr Coombs took to Helena one hundred and thirtj-one persons and one hniidrod and cattle Many of thejplintere in the Circle are utterly ruined, and the re- mainder no seed to plant, even should tho waters subside in time to pnt ia a crop Suffering has been and will be great, and aid of all kinds will be necessary to carry the peo- ple through their affliction St Ijouis, Apnl t Information from what Is known as Lacoaia Circle, a section of coun- try between Helena and Arkansas City, -which IB practically surrounded by the Mississippi and White nvere, is to the effect that people then in a depUxmbla condition. Wftfter oTer tte oa both rfte, iu BISMABCK'S BIBTHDAY. RECEIVES MAJfT T8. THE SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. He Says He U Too Old to Hake Another Journey to Emperor aud Count Herbert. emperor said ceptional cas BERLIV, Apnl 1 It is not clear whether tlie emperor 8 parting with Count Herbert Bismarck w as as not but the ipinion secuis to incline to sjis In him tho cross order of Hohenzollern, the ''I give this collar only in ex and for ppccial serv ices rendered The links in the roll svTnboli7e union, and I trust that jou v ill return to me wlien your health has been restored A MONUMENT TO K A committee comprising mflreiitial mem bers of all shades of political opinion, of Inch Hcrr on IjCtiron president of the is president, has issued an on to the public to subscribe to the fund foi the erection of a national inonmmnt in Berlin to Prince Bismarck The romrmttte 11 imite tic emperor to bei ome a patron of the undertak ing Today is Bismarck's tilth birth daj The railwij station at FViednehsruc was almost blocked b> the enormous number of presents arm ing for the prince During the daj Bismaiek rect.li ed numbcilcss con gratulatory te'egrams He the day quietly with his family In the evening he was serenaded The Hamburger Nachnsten that Bis- mairkf referring to Ins departure from Berlin, said that at his age people did not make such a journey twice According to tho same au UK nty the ex-chancellor rrftmng to the socialistic strikes said that rlipj u ere not the danger for they would i usb The saddest possibility for the v, rkers was the chance that the strikers would so dishearten the employers that they would lose all desire to continue business IHC ntnis The r-ibniet totJav disnissed the 5 ibor bills to be Hid before the ILt ir knecht that bo fa oied the labor manifesto of Ma> 1st The determi nod strikers today made an at tack with stones upon a number of workmen leaMHJr Kheinelbe pit The disorder was sup pressed bv gendarmes, and many of the stake s weie arrestod 1 he Mueiitshoner ISachirechten "-ays that at Minister 011 Boettieher s b tuque t General Von Capri M relitedthat the enueror ques tioned turn in Jjobmirj, as to Ins willing ness to lake tl e chancellorship, and that he replied "I am lys prepared to take a sition of danger oji the battle r-eld and to die for the emperor The present lequest is dif ferent btit if it be, I mil regard it also as m> b ittlefitld, upon TV Inch I will hud a.u honor ible ond Ihe emperor, on tho grouiul that tho peo- ple s curiosity to see him distuibs service, has ordered that tbo front the galleries of Hof Kirthebe ed for the soldiers who, he hopei wjJJ not follow the bad example set by the emhaiis _ Ct-L.li.BK ATI'S THe Geniia nft Honor the Great illo Orh ins and Texas raihoad has been eoinptllcl ti temporarily its trams, ovv i tl e ms( cure condition of the tiostle iicai I uiiic i vv hu ii is bt ing repaired Trains will be uiiiii tomorrow pit bably 4 STH SCHEME b> the C Justice of Misgfs- ffipin. M ss 1 view of the ming constitutional convintion Chn f Justieo t anipbell of tho supn mo court m response to tlio request of prominent EJPHtie- men lias sulnnitte 1 to tho city pi ess his v as to the regulation of suffrago IfFBE 13 HIS PLVN I am f r vesting tho povvei of governing the cwintij in the electors tbe in and tlie property, for the gwodof alJ, ind suggest as a sure means of doing tins, to serve tho to vote of every one en- titled, and to mid a provision that every such qu xiilitd eh tor shail be entitled to ust one additional for c K h f fty r eighty of land owned bj him or his Wife in the countj of his result net and OTIC ad litioiial for every (r 000 ft real estate, less than forty acres owned bj bun or his wifo When ho docs not own more the details of the pi in m iy be ad- justed Iho amity of land may bo anj number of acres determined on, and the of the homestead m town and county not amounting to the quantity of land prescribed, may be nxed so as to preserve the proper raito In order to prevent the few very large largo land ners front nhdne power as voters, a maximum number of additional votes so as to strike a general average of the country, may be prescribed For instance, if the average of real estate possessors is, say, 400 acres, and eighty acres should be adopted as tbe basts for an additional vote, let the greatest number of additional votes one may cast bo five if forty acres be the basis, the limit would be ten additional votes He continues with an argument Knowing the constitutionality of the scheme, and urges its adoption or something better by the constitu- tional convention THE DAY EN ANNISTON. SAV Apnl 1 nitfht the prom i in nt rmau encj.ii citi and their guests IK norcd Pimco Bis at a bu ;net given it tit So rev en house to celebratt his hfth birthdij The r( om as tastcf ulU h et r ited IhuL mtcd .States tn I Genii uij, of coiuse tbe pU of hoi r The i'. led ov ei by Mr St In ettr In i 'itu n to iijiore toasts uid then icxpoiisrs to regular t is f. Bibiniuk, E A Oieslcr in rnian Ihe I nited States of Amcr ri lion Pe ttr Alelduni derm mv, .John >.cslnt m Cicrin m 't Ucutc lit n Fiauci (Our Geim m Lithcs; Mi Fnnle an, in n in, I hedcnuaii A merit an Citizen Jit beit 1 faavannah, John Schw irz u  owman, and other ofticiaK  ci will 4jo to Charleston 011 1st, to attend the bantjin t of the South Carolina liviMOU of the National 'Iravelers isso is- itm-s Attracted bj the Boston and New York excursionists now here, aid the fact of an auction sale of real estate to be held by the An niston City company on the morning of Thursday, the 3d instant Already there have heen many transfers of real estate at pri- vate sale and prices are very strong There is plenty of enthusiasm shown by bona fide and many of the visitors Shot by Wife. GaEENvirtF, S C, Apnl Henty Williams, a negro living on the planta tion of J L Hawkins, in Anderson county, about eight miles from this city, was shot in the knee by a shotgun in (the bands of his wife The wound is quite senous The claimed the shooting to be accidental, though circumstances indicate that it was pre- meditated Sain of KjeaC Tobacco. _ Va I of leaf to bacco in this market for March pounds Bales fxom October ia March 3Jat, pounds. Sales in March hvt were Increase of tbe fint with MUM ftoittA fA iaat LONDON Aprn 1 1 no Tunes s correspon dent at St Petersburg there is no tn Rxipposo that the student disorders were due to indignation caused by the Siberian out- A dispatch from St Petersburg to the Diny lelograjdi days tJiat the has keil by a sudden illness The suicide who left a letter 111 w Inch he sscd that he had plot ted against tlie life of tho czar was a nav al ofhccr who belonged to an aristocratic famiij His mother and other relatives reside in Mos- cow Tho matter has been hushed up The Te.ograph's comspondrnt denies that Mademoiselle Tsbobnekova, who wrote to the denouncing the political condition sia, has been releasedT_______ QLFFNSTOWK April has been ascer tamed by div ers cmplov ed examining the steamer Citj of Pans that the broken ma- chinery pounded a hole through the bottom of the vessel This accounts for the rapiditj w ith which the engmei-ooms and sections filled The divers stopped tbe ingress of wa ter to a great extent and extra steam pumps put at work jesterday succeeded in cleaning the engtnerooms other flooded sections en the steamer of water As the water pumpef ont the steamer rose, and is now up to her usual draught It has been decided to tow her to Liverpoo1 Tbe voyage begins tonight The O'Sbtut-Paniell Suit. LONDON, Apnl 1 Parnell has fi'ed his denial m the O'Shea ca-se Mrs O Shea has asked for a month's delay in order lo hie her answer Captain O'Shea isoppo-eu to further delays, believing the object is of a pohtica nature It will be impossible, however, to hold thetnal lytore next antamn They on FVfcndlr Apnl J Czar and Pnuce Bismarck have exchanged fnendly letters The latter expressed himself that in hrs opinion recent events would not affect the peaceful re- lations existing c-opires Tbe Duke "Will Keleiwd- PABIS, Apnl 1 is reported t' at th young duke 1> Orleans will bo impnsonment at Clairvaux before the end  pfn Uj lessrs Lawsou and and. thi raca to he qnitf interestinfr Ur t on's choice is Hon Mr Gibson of Ogkthorite Ir tolley will makt'a tour of the IK rthant ounties of the (irnut an it is slid thtt IIM h wiil be mitenilH nu n asenJ tlie our Meanwhile Judge 1 is idling ij tl e previous im rnenf: THJ- t.et Buck I- r 1 in Saf.ty Ordered Out of TAMPA Fin nrjc a edit >M r A; ril 1 il In d 1 imp i tb r- a< i  m nun', nd tcndcicl the fn.i d in of th< isliud Al- it w is a   w h h i (H> i of In thirty nit fr m Kmi- Mile, into the hands of a 1 h ia lelj hi i ite A big stt_.el p'aut M mien mi Is tn lanch roid to Hanunaii to c >ime< t Cincinnati Southern are Tlu 1 met s the old Lcnoirplanunon f unousthr. ugli ht, h f the dcr in if_ 1 are  miU olorcd Mobile o m Skij Jim ni Etowah Heurv Willi uus imth ind Willttm I ling M tbilo Tl e injured art, doling we 1 and of nil! recover ty >od- HuJ Oriffln'B Uorluarj Ueport IIIFFIS da April 1 tial in rtiwry report of Citj fit nr> IJ M 00113 for the month  on br r Jo IIPIU of ft'ii H to the imount of ncirH (W) ['ullt n eity register fn m I br unl cul fi_nUs in tiiAt ity v, Im 1 hr f Ipd ice lunt for Airlier IA a Defaulter, ANNAPOI is Aid nl 1 V eml U IH w commituo J iht H i jils if I r  this ntflffunst P I 1 i i bstrai ting ind rnisapplv Ji_r Sixth N UioiiiU bink an 1 m ik will be f ul on tl Uy, Tlie tnal (r for May 7Ui f .1 i HM nt of Iho The I'liiinbers on htnke CHICAGO, Auril 1 Vb at OIK thrmsinil joarni iineii plumbers quit w< rk 1 ij in 1 ro holloytaj out iiiitiJ ir le ffiatnre of Ills 1A found m the selection of tlic nuratTs tf pro- Kramme all of tnem though of the c and [.opular Mtss ranixer has a beautiful soprano 1 with Pafte aiul sweetness Her l J Artot. received encoren after >f her nuialjors Tanner is no stranger ID as Oilmort. two vears ttn-n alit ovade a imi'retuiion, whieh bcr pearauoe last ni0li- JoiT to ban a A'l of uer iiW-rs re aJ -1 !w.r duct Mr lio Mr "Ha a b wit itf i hta JT- IP ,f 'lu T vmv. iva-e-I Ul of tL' rtre apato SLarf J l i> thi 7 ajirt v iaco re i .J Ul nv IIw ni i Jcrf J'IT fin n r tdftl n jv jU Mjeores atiur esttb c.uuiU r i s tpnaimnent w tf, undou1 I- 
                            

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